Drs. Peter Braun (Biochemistry), Lisa Graves (Family Medicine) and Jeffrey Wiseman (Medicine), three members of the Faculty of Medicine at McGill, have been selected for the Canadian Association of Medical Education (CAME) Certificate of Merit. Congratulations! For more information on the award, please consult the CAME website.
Former Supreme Court Justice and former McGill professor of law Gerald Le Dain (BCL'49, LLD'85 honoris causa) died Tuesday, December 18, 2007, in Toronto, at the age of 83.
Please note that there will be a domestic water shut-down tomorrow, January 12, 2008, from 07h00 until 13h00. The Bronfman Building and the Howard Ross Library will not be accessible during that period. We apologize for any inconvenience that this may cause. Thank you for your patience.
The Cyberthèque is now open on the ground-level floor of the Redpath Library Building in the Humanities and Social Sciences Library. The Cyberthèque contains study spaces to suit a variety of needs, computers for use and laptop connections, as well as scanners, printers and software to meet learning and research needs in a wireless environment.
Doctoral student Anna Conley has won the Quebec Society of Comparative Law's (QSCL) first prize in the Graduate category, while BCL/LLB student Julia Nicol won first prize in the Undergraduate category. The Faculty and their supervisors warmly congratulate them.
Dr. Liane Feldman, a member of the Department of Surgery at the Faculty of Medicine at McGill, has been selected for the Junior Award by the Canadian Association of Medical Education (CAME). Congratulations! For more information on the award, please consult the CAME website.
Forbes magazine ranks the Desautels Faculty of Management as one of Canada's top business schools. In its 2007 survey of MBA programs at non-U.S. business schools, Forbes places Desautels in 11th place internationally. IESE in Barcelona garners the top spot. "The McGill MBA program emphasizes a global outlook that is unique in North America, and our graduates are able to work in dynamic organizations anywhere in the world," says Management dean Peter Todd. "We are also launching a newly redesigned MBA program in September 2008. It will feature a shortened core curriculum so students will have more time to concentrate on areas of specialization closely matching their career goals and interests." The Forbes biennial rankings calculate the return on investment experienced by MBA graduates. The survey is based on a "five-year MBA gain" by determining average post-MBA compensation minus the costs of attending business school (tuition and foregone salary).
James Archibald, author of the first of the two English texts in this book, explores the theme of diversity from different angles.